MB Miðvágur

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MB Miðvágur
MB Midvagur logo.png
Full name Miðvágs Bóltfelag
Nickname(s) MB 1905
Founded 21 January 1905
Ground Midvágur Arena
Chairman Kristoffur Gaardlykke
Manager John Norðbúð Thomsen
League 3. deild
2016 2. Deild 10th (relegated)
Website Club website

MB Miðvágur was a Faroese football club, based in Miðvágur.


The club was established in 1905.[1] In 1993, the club merged with SÍF Sandavágur to form FS Vágar. After the merger collapsed in 2004, MB was moved to the fourth division to start over.

In their first year as a senior club in over a decade, MB demolished all opposition in the fourth division, ending the year with a 7–2 thumping of HB's fourth division team, mainly consisting of veterans who at an earlier stage of their career had played for HB's first team. Notable figures in Faroese football, such as Gunnar Mohr and Kaj Leo Johannesen played on this team.

MB played in the Faroese 2nd division (3rd tier), after a disappointing season in 2007, ending up on seventh place.

In 2008 MB looked a more assured side and finished 3rd in Division 2, although there is still an ongoing debate whether they finished 2nd or 3rd due to the AB team finishing 2nd using an illegal players.[citation needed]

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Faroe Islands GK Gerhard P. Lognberg
6 Faroe Islands DF Jens Rasmussen
15 Faroe Islands DF Símun Waag Høgnesen
17 Faroe Islands DF Tórður á Presttrøðni
5 Faroe Islands DF Pætur F. Ellendersen
7 Faroe Islands MF Christian Vilhelm
16 Faroe Islands FW Bergur Napoleon
19 Ghana MF Solomon A. Kwao
12 Faroe Islands FW Bjarni Dalsgaard
8 Faroe Islands MF Ingi Wiberg Joensen
No. Position Player
10 Faroe Islands FW Otto I. Jacobsen
1 Faroe Islands GK John O. Edvardsson
2 Faroe Islands MF Jacob M. Hansen
9 Faroe Islands MF Kristoffur Vidtfeldt
18 Faroe Islands MF Magni Joensen
3 Faroe Islands DF Ingmar V. Løgmansbø
11 Faroe Islands MF Geir B. Joensen
4 Faroe Islands MF Jacob G. Joensen
13 Faroe Islands DF Andreas Poulsen



  1. ^ "Søga" (in Faroese). MB Miðvágur. Archived from the original on 17 November 2015. Retrieved 14 November 2015.

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